helps eventually with the snow pack and filling a lot of the reservoirs. okay, now go out across the east, and you see the cold air saturday night, -19 for a low temperature in fargo, -11 sunday night in minneapolis, but you see the cold air will be in place, and this storm in california heads toward the east. and by saturday into sunday it becomes an east coast, potentially a major ice storm from kansas city through st. louis right along the ohio river valley. some areas over half an inch of ice accumulating, that means the presidential or some very -- potential for some very significant power outages. we're also talking about snow across the great lakes, in much of pennsylvania, in towards new york city, possibly looking at 6-12 inches of snow. so this winter, jenna, that so many people wish would stop, not happening. martha: it is march 1st tomorrow, isn't it? >> bundle up, get ready, we're not done with it at all. jenna: at least we know. >> reporter: exactly. knowledge is power, right? [laughter] jenna: rick, tnk you.